Angel Reese says she will be a team player despite her injuries

ballerina Angel Reese will be a ‘team player’ to attend the White House with the LSU team despite ‘hurt feelings’.

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The national champion will accompany her team to the White House to celebrate their recent victory over Iowa after refusing to attend due to First Lady Jill Biden’s suggestion invite both teams.

Reese told ESPN sports center Friday that she put her feelings to rest because she wants to do what’s best for the team.

“At first we were hurt, it was emotional for us because we know how hard we’ve worked all year for everything and just being able to see that, it hurt us in the moment.

“But going back, you never get that experience, so you can go back, and I know my team probably wants to go there for sure and my coaches are in favor of that, so I’m going to do what’s the best. better for the team and if they want to go and we decide to go, then we go.

“But it was hard to see that at first, but I think we’ll all come together and I think it will be good.”

Racist trolls still angry after Angel Reese accepted White House invitation

The Caucasus made its way to the comments of ESPN Twitter post on the subject.

One user boldly stated, “She wasn’t a team player when she spoke out and said the whole team wasn’t going to go to the White House…now she has to go back because we find out that she was not. speaking for the team. With age comes humility and wisdom, a lesson she will learn over time.

Another user gave his angry analysis: “I’m a click-loving hypocrite with a garbage attitude, but at the end of the day, I do what my masters say because I want that money and I don’t want to hurt my brand.”

Her fans came to her defense with a tweet,

“She’s a racist because she gave a talker a taste of her own medicine?” Or because they had the nerve to beat America’s sweetheart in the championship? You can’t be that bad in the ass! »

Another user found a joke in the middle of the fray,

“Reese when she sees Jill at the white house”

The real drama between elite athletes Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark was a racist double standard

Since winning the national championship over white America’s favorite Caitlin Clark, controversy has blanketed the 6’3 powerhouse.

The drama began when LSU’s star player made John Cena’s legendary “you can’t see me” gesture to Iowa – a move Clark made earlier.

Reese was criticized and called “classless” while Clark escaped the conversation virtually unscathed. This is a great example of racism and sexism double standard that black women continually encounter in this country.

Even Clark stood up to defend Reese blatant racism and disrespect on a common part of the game.

Jill Biden’s comments to invite the two tenacious teams to the White House “because they played such a good game” were a slap in the face for LSU. Traditionally, the White House only invites the winning team, not the second. Biden later apologized, but Angel did not accept his excuses.

The First Lady’s press secretary later said that FLOTUS did not intend to offend LSU with her comments. She clarified that the invitation would be for the winners only. This is believed to have triggered Reese’s change of heart.

LSU announced the team will be in attendance and the 20-year-old will be alongside their championship team.

Angel Reese could have ignored Jill Biden’s words, but the power forward spoke out against bigotry – black gyal magic at its finest.

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